Amouranth has become somewhat of a polarizing figure in the livestreaming world, but an IRL stream sniper let her know what he thinks of her and her fans during a February 13 stream.
In the past, Amouranth – real name Kaitlyn Siragusa – has come under fire for a variety of things, such as her treatment of her pets, as well as streaming in stores with a particularly revealing French Maid outfit on.
During her February 13 stream though, she didn't appear to be doing anything out of the ordinary, simply doing her shopping and chatting to her viewers when a random man started chatting to her with seemingly innocent intentions – though it eventually turned sour.
“[Are] you streaming?” he asked Amouranth as he walked past, spotting the camera mounted on the front of her shopping cart. When she responded that she was, he asked if it’s just her walking around, to which she simply responded: “Yeah, it’s pretty fun.”
Though some of the conversation is hard to hear, they seem to be talking about a product she’s interested in buying, with Amouranth joking that the most expensive item is the best, or at least, that's what her chat tells her.
"A lot of simps right there," he said, before walking off, “That's a shameless stream right there.” As he returned to his cart, he faced the camera again, repeatedly calling the broadcast "shameless," before finally saying “SquadW” to the chat, a popular Twitch emote that people tend to use when implying Twitch gives preferential treatment to certain streamers.
Amouranth looks awkward throughout the encounter, especially afterward when he has walked away, seemingly speechless at the incident that had just taken place.
Needless to say, they had her back, simply saying how “cringe” it was that he chose to stream snipe her like that, with Amouranth herself saying he was “boring.”
IRL stream snipers seem to have become more and more commonplace, though some are a lot more helpful – such as this one, who gave Korean streamer HAchubby a charging cable for her phone when she told her stream that she needed one.